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COPS: Delray Beach Woman Attacks Boyfriend When Another Lady Says “Call Me”


Deana Canestro Allegedly Strikes Lover With Phone. Allegedly Angry When Woman Makes Pass At Her Man…

“Kept Talking About How Attactive The Lady From The Hotel Was…”

Deana Canestro, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Delray Beach woman is facing a battery charge after she allegedly attacked a man she’s in a relationship with after another woman wanted him, too.

Deana Canestro, 53, of Lavers Circle in Delray Beach, allegedly battered her man after an incident at the Ray Hotel in Downtown Delray Beach. The Delray Beach Police Department filed this as the official report:

“I made contact with the victim at the residence. I observed a laceration on the victim’s face underneath his right eye. The victim provided a sworn statement stating the following: He and Canestro came back from the Ray Hotel after having dinner. During this, the victim told Canestro that a lady at the Ray Hotel had told him to call her any day. Due to this, Canestro became enraged and began striking the victim with his phone causing the laceration to his face. Canestro then left the residence and officers made contact with her in the apartment complex. The victim stated that he and Canestro (have been involved) since April of 2022. The victim denied ever using any force against Canestro.”

“Canestro advised that the victim kept on talking about how attractive the lady from the Ray Hotel was and Canestro told him stop talking about her. The victim then proceeded to get on top of Canestro and Canestro advised the she had an “anxiety attack” and began striking the victim. When I asked Canestro about the phone being used, Canestro denied grabbing it and using it as a weapon.”

Deana Canestro was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail early Saturday morning. She was released later in the day on her own recognizance.



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